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So, my dear Feastie friends, I need some help now.
I ordered Benecalorie in USA and it was delivered today.

I remember that some of you gave the advice to add it slowly and that there is food which you can use it easily and food were it will change taste and/or texture.

So I need some advices:
Where can I get a whole container in without problems?
What should I avoid to bring in contact with it?
What about heating? Freezing?

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Hi Tina72

I found it disappeared best and was the most tasteless in sauces and soups.
Basically, I tried adding it to things that I couldn't add cream to.

They also have some recipes posted online if you want to experiment:

http://www.nestlenutritionstore.com/products/Benecalorie/

Some of them can be frozen, like the chicken alfredo.
Alot of their recommendations seem to involve microwaving which I didn't do but it can give you an idea of what sorts of things you can try.

warmly,

Kali



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I love that stuff! It did not do well in French toast. I usually put it in yogurt, shakes, or oatmeal. When desperate to increase the weight, I would add 2 containers. My daughter could taste the sweetness so a lot of times I would just add canola oil to meals. Good luck!
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Hi,
thanks for the recipe link, Kali, I will try that. I thought about sauces and soups, too.
Did you try to bake with it?
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I can now tell you that it works with califlower soup and smoothies but not with mashed potatoes (changes structure too much).
Other experiences will follow [wink].
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